In this tutorial, I’m going to show you an extended version of the ultimate Budget Allocation methodology that allows you to compare your Sales vs Budgets. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. The Budget Allocation formula allows you to solve data with mismatched granularities. For example,
Tag: Actuals vs Budgets
In this tutorial, I want to show you how to set up compelling visualizations using deviations in your reports in Power BI. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. These are some really powerful insights that have historically been very difficult to complete and highlight in combination.
So we’re going to really dive into some problem-solving in this Power BI training. This is some really great stuff that you can do with Power BI, but if we just step back for a moment, the key here is, first of all, you’ve got to be able to think analytically. And that’s what I
I’ve previously showcased how you can compare your actual results versus your budgeted results using advanced DAX. But, what if you also wanted to overlay some time comparison information so you’re comparing your actuals versus budget versus last year? Or perhaps versus last quarter? Or against any other time period you may want to select?